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Redox stress reshapes carbon fluxes of Pseudomonas putida for cytosolic glucose oxidation and NADPH generation
The soil bacterium and metabolic engineering platform Pseudomonas putida tolerates high levels of endogenous and exogenous oxidative stress, yet the ultimate reason of such property remains unknown. To shed light on this ...
Streptomyces sp. M54: an actinobacteria associated with a neotropical social wasp with high potential for antibiotic production
Abstract Streptomyces symbionts in insects have shown to be a valuable source of new antibiotics. Here, we report the genome sequence and the potential for antibiotic production of ‘‘Streptomyces sp. M54’’, an Actinobacteria ...